The Peach Fuzz was created by Elizabeth Hudy (me!) in 2017 and currently operates out of San Francisco, California.
My goal with The Peach Fuzz is to make activism accessible and fun, giving you colorful ways to raise your voice and make participation in a movement as easy as putting a sticker on your water bottle. Of course, activism is much more than just a sticker, but we've all gotta start somewhere! I want you to be empowered to stand up for what you believe in — and do it all with a little creativity and a LOT of sass.
The issues we are facing in the realms of racism, sexism, climate change, mental health, and politics in general are devastating and honestly it’s often all so overwhelming. Art has given me an outlet to scream at the top of my lungs “YOU SHOULD REALLY CARE WHAT HAPPENS TO OTHER PEOPLE” but in a way that is playful and optimistic and life-affirming and ultimately invites as many as possible to join our cause. Remember kids - united we bargain, divided we beg.
In the words of Toni Cade Bambarayou, "The role of the artist is to make the revolution irresistible" and that's exactly what I'm out to do.